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Casanova Tour

Lufthansa City Center

Telephone: +39 0415224566
+39 041 / 5224723 - 041 / 5221986

S. Croce 466/E,
30135 Venice

Opening Hours
Monday - Friday 09.00 to 18.00, Saturday 09.00 to 13.00

Casanova Tour


Venice is one of the most famous and loved cities in the world, thanks to its wonderful monuments, art and history. 
The Venetian lagoon was inhabited from the 5° century A.C., where the main land population took refuge during the barbarian invasions. It quickly grew into the famous Serenissima Republic of Venice. In this period, X-XI sec., Venice lived its most splendid moments, thanks to its perfect position became the most important trading center with the monopoly of all the commercial traffics. At this moment the building activities took on a further impetus: the most beautiful churches, the most luxurious palaces and monuments were erected; many sculptors, painters and architects gave their contribution and made the wonders that we admire today.


Why Venice

Venice is one of the most popular cities to hold conferences, meetings, exhibitions and any other related event.

Ever since its origins, Venice’s central geographical position has assured its role as a center of international and commercial exchange.

Marco Polo Venice Airport

Venice Marco Polo Airport is the international airport of Venice, located on the mainland 4.3 nautical miles north of the city in Tessera. Due to the importance of Venice as a leisure destination, it features flights to many European metropolitan areas as well as some partly seasonal long-haul routes to the United States, Canada and the Middle East and it remains the fifth busiest airport in Italy as number of passengers and the fourth as number of movements.

The Venice Airport System, which includes the airports of Venice and Treviso, recorded 11,119,183 passengers in 2015, confirming the already consolidated position of the third Italian airport hub, after that of Rome (Fiumicino and Ciampino) and that of Milan (Malpensa, Linate and Orio al Serio).

There are more than 1,000 weekly connections to the main national, European and intercontinental destinations and the new flights opened during the year have further boosted the connections between Venice and the world.

From Venice Marco Polo Airport it is possible to reach many places in the Veneto and Northern Italy, Treviso Airport and the main railway junctions.

Station Venezia S. Lucia

Venice Santa Lucia is the only real gateway to the lagoon city. Located in the city center, at the western end of the Grand Canal, is the road that connects Venice with the mainland and the rest of the world. The station is located in Fondamenta Santa Lucia and is connected to Piazzale Roma also by the fourth bridge over the Grand Canal, the Bridge of the Constitution built by architect Calatrava.

The Station is attended on average by 82 thousand people a day, for a total of about 30 million people a year; every day it accommodates around 450 trains. 

The public transport system that surrounds it is based exclusively on the vaporetto lines along the Grand Canal, while urban and extra-urban road transport services are concentrated in Piazzale Roma.

Public transport

Getting about Venice means looking out for a feeling, a place, a masterpiece, an old trade, even if only to satisfy curiosity.


You can get about Venice on foot, or you can choose one of the 159 types of water-craft (“vaporettos,” motorboats, battelli foranei which are a larger type of vaporetto used for transportation to outer islands, motor vessels or ferry ships) in the ACTV fleet. 

ACTV, a public transport company carrying 95 million passengers on the Navigation network alone, started up in far off 1881. It has a long history and guarantees transport on almost all the territory. It has more than 120 floating stations (jetties) and 30 well-connected lines.

There are City Centre lines, that cross Venice mostly using the waterways of Canal Grande and the Giudecca Canal. They leave from Tronchetto or from Piazzale Roma and go as far as the Lido di Venezia (lines 1 and 2).

There are also connections around the external city lagoon perimeter. City Circle lines going as far as Murano and the Lido di Venezia (lines- 3, 4.1, 4.2, 5.1, 5.2, 6).
The Lagoon lines connect the external lagoon archipelago, like the islands of Murano, Burano, Torcello, Sant’Erasmo, S. Servolo. They arrive as far as the Mainland, the Marco Polo airport at Tessera, Treporti, Punta Sabbioni, Chioggia, Fusina, S. Guliano (lines 12, 13, 14, 19).

Seasonal Lines function during the summer, or when there are important events. These help residents or casual visitors during moments of major tourist flow.

Transport in Venice is guaranteed on a 24 hour basis and the night service (Line N) is operational from approximately midnight to 5.00am in the morning.
You can also transport your car by Ferry-Boat, from Tronchetto to the Lido di Venezia. 

Parking in Piazzale Roma

For all those who are interested in visiting the beautiful city of Venice, Garage San Marco is the ideal parking!

The property offers indoor-only seats and is open 24 hours a day.
A staff of 45 people is ready to welcome you and take care of your vehicle.
Please note that the parking lot is a multi-storey suitable to accommodate cars and motorbikes, with a maximum height of 2.20mt.

Garage San Marco offers its customers the experience gained in years of work in the parking industry.
Reliability and efficiency are two of the most important qualities that characterize the structure: a CCTV system monitors the 24-hour parking lot and the structure is covered by insurance against theft and fire.
For security reasons, keys should be left at the parking lot.

Note: It is possible to make a reservation with a minimum of 12 hours in advance of the arrival date at the parking lot

Car rates
Daily rate 24h            € 32.00 (max height 2.10 mt)
Prepaid online 24h    € 30.00

Avoid the stress of looking for a parking space at the last minute and book now at the Garage San Marco!